Posted 18 July 2010 - 03:14 AM
2 points: 2. ToR II Bluecoat Entry - "A Tortured Prisoner" by Burman
2 points: 13. ToR II Redcoat Entry - "The Secret Weapon" by Skalldyr
2 points: 18. ToR II Redcoat Entry - "Helen of Toy" by ZCerberus
1 point: 17. ToR II Redcoat Entry - "Death of the Bluecoat High Command....." by General Redwater
Nice entries guys, great job!
Posted 18 July 2010 - 11:15 AM
2 points to Cpt. Thomas Foolery
2 points to Oky Wan Kenobi
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 02:52 PM
13. ToR II Redcoat Entry - "The Secret Weapon" by Skalldyr 1 point
10. ToR II Redcoat Entry - "Capt. Thomas Foolery's Scintillatingly Scurvy History of the Coats" by Capt. Thomas Foolery 1 point
9. ToR II Bluecoat Entry - "The Hanging of Captain Blue Hair (or Maybe Not)" by the Inventor 2 points
7. ToR II Bluecoat Entry - "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" by Fugazi 2 points
Posted 18 July 2010 - 03:38 PM
- 20. ToR II Bluecoat Entry - "The Red Lympics..." by Captain Blue Hair. 3 votes
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 06:12 PM
10. "Scintillatingly Scurvy History of the Coats" by Capt. Thomas Foolery - 2 points
I loved the production values. A lot of extra effort must have went into removing the backgrounds and the parchment was a nice touch. I've seen that parchment stock image somewhere before - where can it be downloaded form? I want it!
7. "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" by Fugazi - 1 point
The ironic twist was very clever!
8. "Admiral Croissant and the mousetrap" by Admiral Croissant - 1 point
Croissant by name croissant by baiting nature.
I'm sure this comic is a parable about greed... Well there's definitely a lesson to be learnt from it!
9. "The Red Lympics..." by Captain Blue Hair - 1 point
Captain Blue Hair's entry stands out because of his use of crazy humour with gore or toilet jokes. Only he could find a way to use a steam train in an Imperial comic and the crab wearing the bicorne was a great touch.
14. "The Adventures of the Blue Avenger!" by Oky Wan Kenobi - 1 point
Taking the classic caped crusader approach - reminded me of Zorro from the older movies. The kneeling on one knee effect was great and there were a few other nice touches like the motion blur on the cape and star when his foot hit the ground.
18. "Helen of Toy" by ZCerberus - 1 point
ZCerberus's impressive MOCing skills extend even in to his comics. Great to see new Imperial marterial from the master!
Blast! I've used up all my votes. Ah well. Gues that will have to do.
Posted 19 July 2010 - 06:17 AM
1 vote= admiral crossiant
6 votes= Capt. Thomas Foolery
I hope that entry wins
Posted 19 July 2010 - 10:47 PM
1 point to #10 "Capt. Thomas Foolery's Scintillatingly Scurvy History of the Coats" by Capt. Thomas Foolery
1 point to #11 "A Whale of a Tale" by mcfarlandman
2 points to #18 "Helen of Toy" by ZCeberus
1 point to #20 "The Red Lympics" by Captain Blue Hair
Posted 20 July 2010 - 04:58 PM
1 oky wan kenobi
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Posted 21 July 2010 - 04:34 AM
Three points to Capt. Thomas Foolery
Two points to Skalldyr
One point to Redwater.
Posted 21 July 2010 - 06:00 PM
1 Point - KingoftheZempk: Monty Pythonesque fish-slapping?!? Got to love that! Plus, anything that belittles Jar Jar Binks is great in my book.
1 Point - Brig. Brick: I found the writing very clever. In particular, I like how he worked the differences in plastic into the entry.
1 Point - Fugazi: Just a very funny entry with great layout and production. Very impressive.
1 Point - Skalldyr: The dialogue gave me a good laugh and it was right up my alley in terms of silliness and absurdity.
1 Point - Oky Wan Kenobi: Loved the idea of a vigilante superhero Coat. Great feel to the whole entry and very clever usage of elements (particularly the red bush blowing up a head).
1 Point - ZCerberus: The whole Helen of Toy idea was very clever and well written. Love to see literary references sneak into here.
1 Point - Captain Blue Hair: Thought the idea of a Redlympics was very clever and enjoyed all the silly dialogue.
Wow, is that seven points already? I really wish there were more as there were at least a half dozen more entries I wanted to vote for too.
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Posted 21 July 2010 - 10:25 PM
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:09 PM
The Inventor 2
Voting is now closed!
Based on my calculations, our Tournament top 5 Finalists from each side are:
For the Redcoats: 135 votes
Capt. Thomas Foolery - 43 votes
ZCerberus - 34 votes
Skalldyr - 14 votes
mcfarlandman - 13 votes
General Redwater - 12 votes
For the Bluecoats: 129 votes
Captain Blue Hair - 35 votes
Fugazi - 27 votes
Oky Wan Kenobi - 19 votes
Admiral Croissant - 15 votes
The Inventor - 13 votes
Finalists, the Final Round is now open and you're in it. You have until August 5th to post your new comic. Best of Luck!
With the Redcoats receiving the most votes and the top round 1 vote getter, I'd have to say the Redcoats have a slight advantage heading into the final round! Thanks for all the fantastic entries from everyone. Congratulations to our finalists! If you missed out on the final round or you didn't have a chance to sign up to begin with, don't worry, we are going to announce some special prizes you could still compete for in the final round.
Edited by Commodore Hornbricker, 22 July 2010 - 08:33 PM.
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:58 PM
Oh and Redcoats, first round was just practice, we won't let you get away with more votes than us this time!
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 09:02 PM
Well, let's get brainstorming again then, about a funny way to humiliate the red enemy
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 09:59 PM
We will crush you .. HAHA
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Edited by Skalldyr, 22 July 2010 - 10:00 PM.
Posted 22 July 2010 - 11:54 PM
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Posted 23 July 2010 - 08:52 AM
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Posted 23 July 2010 - 12:53 PM
I guess we have a lot of mythology fans here...
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